It is against City of Houston code to have garbage cans visible from the street. CoH code of ordinances chapt.39 sec 39-62 item g.
Please do your part and get your can out of sight. Make sure you tell your neighbors.
The judges will be going around the neighborhood to judge your decorations on the 13th and 14th of December. Those are a Friday and Saturday. Make sure your lights are on. Remember you get extra points if you have payed your civic club dues.
Good luck to everyone.
Let’s press the roofing contractors to get their signs out of your yard. If your roof is done, get them to pick up their signs or remove them your self. They have had plenty of free advertising time. It is time to move on.
City of Houston Solid Waste will not pick up your yard waste that is contained in large black plastic bags. The rules say that tree and yard waste must be in city approved recyclable plastic bags. I know these bags are not very good as far as holding anything but those are the rules. If you have or your neighbors have yard waste at the curb in black plastic bags, please move them and get the material in the proper bags.
The following is the schedule for heavy trash pick up. Heavy trash may be put at t he curb starting the Friday prior to pick up. Our pick up day is the third Tuesday of the month. Please observe the tree waste/junk waste schedule. Homes with heavy trash out other than the approved times, will be reported to the city.
Tree Waste Junk waste
If you have any further questions, please go to the City of Houston solid waste dept. web site.
Let’s all work to keep our neighborhood neat and clean.
The following is the proposed Westwood Civic Club budget for 2013
Esplanades 500.00 (spring clean-up)
Holiday party 300.00
National night out 300.00
Membership drive 250.00
office & other supp 150.00
PO box 68.00
Citizen patrol 200.00
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As you can see we have a lot of projects on the books. Any one wanting to help, would be appreciated. Don’t for get to send in your dues.
Westwood Civic Club
A new blog has been started. It involves the communities south of Braes Bayou. Looks very interesting. Check it out.